the choices below to decide what activities you would like to
You may choose any combination of activities as long as they add up to
100 points or more.
Contracts are due Friday morning!
Put the point value next to each activity you turn in.
Add all the total points and circle them on the top page of your
*Some activities will require a parent to send a note saying work was
#1. Rainbow Spelling: Write your words 3 times each
tracing over your words with 3 different colors.
#2. Divide each spelling word into syllables.
#3. Illustrate at least 1/2 of your words, write your
spelling word under your picture.
#4. I Spy: Draw a picture and hide your words
#5. Write your words as many times as there are syllables.
#6. Trace your words in shaving cream 3 times each (Parent
#7. Write your words in ABC order 3 times each.
#8. Take a practice test
with a parent and
have them grade
it. (Parent signature required on test).
missed words 3x each.
#9. Write your words in order from longest word to shortest word and
then shortest word to longest.
#10. Write the words one time. Circle the vowels and put a
square around the consonants.
#11. Write each word 6 times in cursive.
#12. Type each word 6 times each on a computer.
all capital fonts)
#13. Make a word search (Include your answers). You
may use this word
#14. Write sentences using your words, underline the words,
and include no more than 2 spelling words per sentence.
#15. Make a crossword puzzle using your words. (Include your
#16. Cut letters (not words) from a magazine or newspaper and
glue them on a paper to spell your words.
#17. Make a picture dictionary using your words:
Make a book out of paper.
Each page can
show all the words that go with that letter, an illustration, and a
You may also
choose to use a different page for each word.
As long as you
have done all your words in the correct ABC order, its fine.
#18. Choose 3 spelling
words and make as many words as
can out of each.
Don't combine all
the letters from all 3 words.
Take one word and
make as many words out of it, then go on to your next spelling word and
do the same.
#19. Look up each word in the dictionary and write the guide
words for each.
#20. Make a study bag: On index cards, write your
word on one side and a sentence on the other.
Put them all in
the bag and
have your parents quiz you.
They must ask you
to spell it and be able to use it in a sentence.
I will send this
home so you can continue to add to it.
they quizzed you must be turned in.)
#21. Write a story using all your words. It must be
at least 15 sentences long and your words must be underlined.
#22. Write a poem using 1/2 of your words in your best
cursive handwriting. Give it a title and illustrate it.
#23. Write a T.V. commercial for your favorite toy.
Use at least 1/2 of the spelling words and be able to perform it
#24. Make a game that uses all your words.
instructions and be prepared to explain it to the class and play it
with a classmate.
#25. Create a product on a poster you would like to sell and
use 1/2 of your spelling words to advertise it.
Your poster must
include the product, name, illustration, and cost. Be
creative and be ready to share.
#26. Pretend you are a news anchor, weather person, or
reporter. Using your spelling
words, write a report.
#27. Make a mobile that displays all of your spelling
words. Be creative.
Each piece of
your mobile should have your word and an illustration.
#28. Create a comic strip and write captions using your
words. Underline your words.
#29. Use pasta letters to spell your words and glue them on
#30. Write a story using all of the